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Britain's Cameron tells fractious party to stay focused

16 Mar 2013

LONDON British Prime Minister David Cameron sought to quell talk of a leadership challenge after a run of political setbacks, telling activists in his center-right Conservative party on Saturday to concentrate on winning the next national election in 2015.

Cameron tells fractious party to stay focused

16 Mar 2013

LONDON Prime Minister David Cameron sought to quell talk of a leadership challenge after a run of political setbacks, telling activists in his Conservative party on Saturday to concentrate on winning the next national election in 2015.

UK hacking arrests spread beyond Murdoch papers

14 Mar 2013

LONDON Police arrested four former editors from the Sunday Mirror tabloid on Thursday - the first journalists from a newspaper outside Rupert Murdoch's News Corp to be detained in a phone hacking scandal that shocked Britain.

UK hacking arrests spread beyond Murdoch papers

14 Mar 2013

LONDON Police arrested four former editors from the Sunday Mirror tabloid on Thursday - the first journalists from a newspaper outside Rupert Murdoch's News Corp to be detained in a phone hacking scandal that shocked Britain.

UK hacking arrests spread beyond Murdoch papers

14 Mar 2013

LONDON Police arrested four former editors from the Sunday Mirror tabloid on Thursday - the first journalists from a newspaper outside Rupert Murdoch's News Corp to be detained in a phone hacking scandal that shocked Britain.

Lib Dems say ready for comeback

10 Mar 2013

BRIGHTON, England Britain's junior coalition partners, struggling with falling poll ratings, promised voters on Sunday that winning a vote for a parliamentary seat was proof it was ready for a comeback.

UK police to review sex scandal claims at coalition party

26 Feb 2013

LONDON British police said they would review accusations of sexual misconduct made against a former official of the coalition's Liberal Democrats, intensifying a scandal that threatens to overwhelm the party ahead of a by-election.

Police to review sex scandal claims at Lib Dems

26 Feb 2013

LONDON British police said they would review accusations of sexual misconduct made against a former official of the coalition's Lib Dems, intensifying a scandal that threatens to overwhelm the party ahead of a by-election.

British police to review sex scandal claims at Lib Dems

25 Feb 2013

LONDON British police said they would review accusations of sexual misconduct made against a former official of the coalition's Lib Dems, intensifying a scandal that threatens to overwhelm the party ahead of a by-election.

UK police to review sex scandal claims at coalition party

25 Feb 2013

LONDON British police said they would review accusations of sexual misconduct made against a former official of the coalition's Liberal Democrats, intensifying a scandal that threatens to overwhelm the party ahead of a by-election.

World News

Israel's Netanyahu teetering in close election race

Israel's election remained too close to call Wednesday morning, with television stations carrying unofficial results showing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tied with his main rival, former military chief Benny Gantz.